Volume 73
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THE CORE-PERIPHERAL ORGANIZATION OF SOCIETY AND ADMINISTRATIVE-TERRITORIAL REFORM

Ihor PYLYPENKO

Kherson State University, Ukraine

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Abstract: 

This thesis reveals the conceptual basics for geographical analysis of core-peripheral processes and structures along with the scientific and methodological basics of their spatial localization, parameterization, and formalization. The mechanisms of social and geographical peripheral formation in the context of dynamic regional management conceptions were explored. The major differences in the current socio-spatial processes in the center-peripheral structures were shown. Special attention is paid to the integral processes of centralization and peripheralization in the socio-spatial systems of different scales that determine the hierarchical order of the geographical objects multitude and play the role of a universal model, explaining the heterogeneity of geospace. The author proposes principles for applying basic provisions of the “core-periphery” concept during the administrative and territorial reform in Ukraine.

Key words: 

concept, core, periphery, centralization, peripheralization, administrative and territorial reform, geographical analysis

Language:

Ukrainian


DOI: https://doi.org/10.17721/2413-7154/2015.73.44-50

Suggested citation: Pylypenko, I. (2015). The core-peripheral organization of society and administrative-territorial reform. Ekonomichna ta Sotsialna Geografiya, 73, 44-50 (in Ukrainian, abstr. in English), https://doi.org/10.17721/2413-7154/2015.73.44-50

Print ISSN: 2413-7154. Online ISSN: 2413-7553

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